Many students want to pursue their career as professors, researchers, managers etc. in the field of management. But sometime they are not very sure how to start their career in this field. So to help those students or candidate the answer is UGC NET Management. After clearing NET exam candidate will be eligible for JRF or assistant professor in management.
To appear in this Exam, the candidates should make sure that their PG Degree is related to Management or related subjects. UGC NET Exam can be taken by candidates who pursued their degree in finance, hr or marketing
Eligibility criteria for different categories are mentioned below:
Eligibility criteria for General Category: - A candidate who has scored a minimum of 55% marks in post graduation (master degree course) in the concerned subject or any equivalent examination from a UGC recognized college/institute or university.
Eligibility criteria for Other Category: - A candidate belongs to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Persons with disability (PwD) and who has scored a minimum of 55% marks in post graduation (master degree course) in the concerned subject or any equivalent examination from a UGC recognized college/institute or university can appear for this exam.
Eligibility criteria for the candidates from Final Year: - The candidate who is doing their post graduation/ master degree or who has already given the exam and are awaiting for the results are eligible to apply for this exam. Initially they can show the provisional certificate to get the eligibility for Assistant Professor or the JRF (Junior Research Fellowship). But they will have to show their result and degree with in a year time from the date of the exam. The degree must be completed within a time duration of 2 years from the NET MANAGEMENT result date.
Eligibility Criteria For the Transgender category: - Candidates can be eligible to get the some relaxation in fee, age, and qualifying criteria for NET MANAGEMENT for both JRF and Assistant Professor as available to SC/ST/PwD categories. The cut off list of all the subjects for this category must be the lowest in all SC/ST/PwD/OBC–NCL categories in their relevant subject.
Eligibility Criteria For Ph.D. Degree holders: - Ph.D. degree holders who has completed this degree after 1991(date of declaration of result doesn’t matter) are eligible for a relaxation of 5% in total marks which is from 55% to 50% for General Candidates.
Eligibility Criteria For Foreign Students: - Candidates having the degree/certificates like: Post-graduate diploma, Institute or foreign degree/diploma/certificate awarded by the foreign University, Certificate awarded by Indian University. Ascertain the equivalence of their diploma/degree/ with Master’s degree of recognized Indian universities from Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi.
Is UGC NET MANAGEMENT tough ?
The short and crisp answer is NO. This exam is not at all tough. This depends on the mindset of the candidate. A decision with commitment is only enough to crack this exam.
You need to prepare a strict time-table which must be followed until the exam is cleared. Along with strict time- table make plan of study, get the right books, go through the old question papers thoroughly. If you prepare the old question papers your speed of solving the questions will also get increased and it will be a great help to crack the exam.
All handwork can go in waste if the candidate doesn’t go in right direction. Practice questions unit wise. A candidate must know the exam pattern very well which helps to prepare in good ratio for each subject and topic. Get a good clarification on marks distribution too.
So, do not start the preparation with any negative thought in mind and be energetic.
SYLLABUS FOR UGC NET Management (ENGLISH):
UGC NET MBA Syllabus
SYLLABUS FOR UGC NET Management (HINDI) :
What is the UGC NET MANAGEMENT reservation criteria?
The reservation criteria for all the categories is different which is described below:
General category: - Minimum 40% in 1st Paper, 40% in 2nd Paper and 50% in 3rd Paper.
OBC/PWD/SC/ST Categories: - At least 35% in 1st Paper, 35% in 2nd Paper and 40% in 3rd Paper.
15% of the total seats are reserved for the SC students.
27% seats are reserved for the OBC students.
3% are reserved for persons with disability PWD category.
7.5% of the total seats are reserved for the ST students
47.5% seats are available for the General category students.